Global Fixed Broadband Market - Trends, Statistics and Progress

Code: 15072016-04 | Published: Jun-2016 | Pages: 177 | Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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Fixed broadband has become an integral infrastructure for the future as the economy, society and the environment now relies heavily on the Internet and associated applications. This report explores how the deployment of broadband networks is progressing around the world, with an emphasis on fibre infrastructure. It examines the impact of the Internet on the economy, the benefits of NBNs and key considerations for deployment and the important issues surrounding Internet Governance. The report contains valuable statistics on the broadband market, supported by case studies where applicable. It also contains unique regional information and statistics for North America; Latin America; Europe; Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Africa; Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Subjects include:

Broadband market and industry analyses, trends and developments;
Broadband facts, figures and statistics;
Broadband industry and regulatory issues;
Broadband infrastructure;Regional overviews for North America ; Latin America; Europe; Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Africa ; Middle East and Asia Pacific.Researchers:- Kylie Wansink, Paul Budde, Henry Lancaster, Phil Harpur.Current publication date:- June 2016 (13th Edition

Fibre access technologies finally capture dominant market shareRecently there was an important development for the broadband sector with the market share of fibre infrastructure lines finally overtaking DSL technologies as the largest on a global level.

The fixed broadband network is the infrastructure needed to meet the needs, both economic and societal, of the developed markets. In fact in many of these markets, wireless broadband and FttP are developing in a complementary and harmonious way. For the foreseeable future a significant part of regional and rural areas will have to rely on wireless broadband.

Many global leading organisations have now publicly acknowledged the enormous importance of well developed broadband infrastructure for a sustainable future in terms of the economy, society and environment. Despite this recognition, there are still citizens of the undeveloped world who do not have regular access to the Internet.

It is the countries where civil stability has taken a stronghold that we will see the most progress towards building sufficient ICT infrastructure – and it will be these same countries where we will see poverty decrease further. However countries without a stable society will not see any of that progress among the majority of their people. They lack the conditions and institutions that would allow for ICT and other developments to occur and create long-lasting change.

In the developing markets, mobile broadband will be the only way to advance telecoms developments in markets which have little or no fixed infrastructure in place. These networks will not only be used for telecoms – but even more importantly, for economic and social applications such e-commerce, m-payments, e-health, e-education and e-government.

This growing penetration of fibre infrastructure will eventually lead to huge advancements in important sectors such as e-health.  In countries with a clear policy for an advanced broadband infrastructure, such as a National Broadband Network, BuddeComm sees e-health emerging to allow us to enjoy advancements in medical technology at more affordable costs. On truly high-speed broadband networks, e-health is rapidly shaping up as one of the key killer apps.

Key developments:

FttX held only a 22% market share of global broadband access technologies in 2013, but by 2016 this had increased to around 47% at the expense of DSL which is in decline.

In 2015 a study by the ITU found that only 43% of the world’s population had regular access to the Internet.
By mid 2015 there were 148 countries which had a national broadband network plan or strategy in place.
Fibre networks have become a key investment area and most international high-speed broadband network projects are now based around FttP.

Global broadband prices are declining in many markets around the world, making it more affordable and more obtainable to the greater population.

South Korea is the most penetrated broadband market in the world, with over 39% population penetration.
South Korea also continues to offer some of the fastest speeds worldwide. Other countries demonstrating high speeds include: The Netherlands, Japan, Switzerland, Norway, Hong Kong, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and Singapore.The Broadband Commission found that there was recent evidence that disparities in revenues and CAPEX were beginning to arise between the various players in the broadband sector.

Table of Contents


1. Broadband infrastructure – impact on the economy and progress of NBNs
1.1 Broadband Infrastructure and the Economy
1.1.1 Economic prosperity depends on digital productivity
1.1.2 ICT industry has the driver’s seat
1.1.3 Transformation requires open ICT infrastructure
1.1.4 Brief insights into ICT infrastructure developments
1.1.5 Comprehensive infrastructure policies are needed
1.1.6 Collaborative trans-sector policies
1.1.7 Case Study – Australia
1.1.8 Conclusion
1.2 Global Progress Towards National Broadband Networks
1.2.1 Why National broadband Networks are so important
1.2.2 The many aspects of broadband infrastructure
1.2.3 Is ICT the panacea for global development?
1.2.4 IoT and M2M require broadband
1.2.5 Technology critical consideration
1.2.6 National Broadband Network Company
1.2.7 Wireless broadband
1.2.8 Other quick-win areas
1.2.9 Trans-sector government
1.2.10 National broadband; leadership required
1.2.11 Countries with broadband policies
1.2.12 National broadband network examples
2. Broadband and Internet Governance
2.1 Net Neutrality and Internet Governance: A Key Issue
2.1.1 Complex societies depend on ICT infrastructure
2.1.2 The Internet and the economy – in statistics
2.1.3 Control of the internet
2.1.4 Case study – USA and Network neutrality
2.1.5 The two sides of Net Neutrality
2.1.6 E-security
2.1.7 Cybercrime
2.1.8 Security developments
2.1.9 Be prepared with robust national infrastructure
2.1.10 Conclusion - infrastructure essential for the digital economy
3. Global broadband statistics and trends
3.1 Global Broadband Market: Overview and Statistics
3.1.1 Market-led demand for FttP is picking up
3.1.2 Mobile broadband: killer app for FttP
3.1.3 Positive outlook for investments in backbones
3.1.4 Global fixed broadband market summary and statistics
3.1.5 Top 17 major fixed-line carriers worldwide by subscribers
4. Regional Overviews
4.1 North America
4.1.1 Overview
4.1.2 Broadband statistics
4.1.3 FttP
4.2 Latin America
4.2.1 Overview
4.2.2 Argentina
4.2.3 Brazil
4.2.4 Colombia
4.2.5 Mexico
4.3 Europe
4.3.1 Introduction and statistical overview
4.3.2 Ireland
4.3.3 Estonia
4.3.4 Portugal
4.3.5 Netherlands
4.3.6 Ukraine
4.4 Africa
4.4.1 Overview
4.4.2 Algeria
4.4.3 South Africa
4.4.4 Egypt
4.5 Middle East
4.5.1 Introduction
4.5.2 Bahrain
4.5.3 Iran
4.5.4 Iraq
4.5.5 Israel
4.5.6 Jordan
4.5.7 Kuwait
4.5.8 Lebanon
4.5.9 Oman
4.5.10 Qatar
4.5.11 Saudi Arabia
4.5.12 Syria
4.5.13 Turkey
4.5.14 United Arab Emirates
4.5.15 Yemen
4.6 Asia
4.6.1 Overview
4.6.2 Japan
4.6.3 South Korea
4.6.4 Malaysia
4.6.5 Singapore
4.6.6 China
4.6.7 Taiwan
4.7 Pacific Region
4.7.1 Australia
4.7.2 New Zealand
Table 1 – Global - fixed broadband subscribers and annual change – 2005 - 2016
Table 2 – Regional – market share of fixed broadband subscribers – 2014; 2015
Table 3 – Countries with existing national broadband policies – mid 2015
Table 4 – Global - Internet users and annual change – 2009 - 2016
Table 5 –Global IT security spending – 2011 - 2016
Table 6 – Global Internet Bandwidth Growth by Tb/s – 2010 – 2014; 2019
Table 7 – Global - Internet users and annual change – 2009 - 2016
Table 8 – Global - fixed broadband subscribers and annual change – 2005 - 2016
Table 9 – Regional – market shares of fixed broadband subscribers – 2014; 2015
Table 10 – Global - broadband market share by access technology – 2013; 2016
Table 11 – Global – average broadband speed by mb/s – 2012 - 2015
Table 12 - Top 10 countries by high broadband connectivity of above 10Mb/s – 2014; 2015
Table 13 – Top 27 countries by high broadband connectivity of above 10Mb/s – 2015
Table 14 – Global – total broadband services revenue – 2011 - 2018
Table 15 – Major 17 fixed-line parent carriers by subscribers - 2014
Table 16 – USA - Broadband (fixed and fixed wireless) subscribers and penetration – 2000 - 2016
Table 17 – USA - Top 10 cable MSOs’ subscribers – 2010; 2012 - 2015
Table 18 – USA – Broadband subscribers for major cable providers – 2008 - 2015
Table 19 – USA – Broadband subscribers for major telco providers – 2008 - 2015
Table 20 – USA - FttP homes passed and connected – 2001 - 2015
Table 21 – LAC – fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2006 - 2016
Table 22 – LAC countries – fixed broadband subscribers - 2012 - 2016
Table 23 – LAC countries – fixed broadband penetration - 2012 - 2016
Table 24 – Argentina - broadband market share by provider – 2003 - 2015
Table 25 – Argentina -fixed broadband subscribers and penetration rates – 2001 - 2016
Table 26 – Argentina - Cable modem subscribers and penetration rates – 2001 - 2016
Table 27 – Argentina - DSL subscribers and penetration rates – 2001 - 2016
Table 28 – Argentina – DSL subscribers by main operator – 2003 - 2015
Table 29 – Brazil - Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2001 - 2016
Table 30 – Brazil - Internet access market share by platform – 2005 - 2015
Table 31 – Brazil - Broadband operators’ market share – 2003 - 2016
Table 32 – Brazil - Fixed broadband connections by speed – 2014 - 2016
Table 33 – Brazil - Average broadband access speed (download) – 2007 - 2015
Table 34 – Brazil - Cable modem subscribers and penetration – 2001 - 2016
Table 35 – Brazil - DSL subscribers and penetration – 2001 - 2016
Table 36 – Brazil - broadband subscribers by key operator– 2001 - 2016
Table 37 – Brazil - Fibre broadband subscribers – 2014 - 2016
Table 38 – Colombia - Broadband subscribers by access speed – 2013 - 2015
Table 39 – Colombia - Internet subscribers (fixed and mobile) and penetration – 2012 - 2015
Table 40 – Colombia - Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration rates – 2002 - 2016
Table 41 – Colombia - Broadband technologies – market share – 2003 - 2015
Table 42 – Colombia - Major broadband operators – market share– 2011 - 2015
Table 43 – Colombia - Broadband subscribers by major operator – 2012 - 2015
Table 44 – Colombia - Cable modem subscribers and penetration rates – 2003 - 2016
Table 45 – Colombia - DSL subscribers and penetration rates – 2003 - 2016
Table 46 – Colombia - Fibre broadband subscribers – 2012 - 2016
Table 47 – Mexico - Proportion of residential broadband accesses by platform – 2013 - 2015
Table 48 – Mexico - Fixed-line broadband subscribers – 2003 - 2016
Table 49 – Mexico - Market share of broadband subscribers by operator – 2014 - 2015
Table 50 – Mexico - Cable modem broadband subscribers – 2001 – 2016
Table 51 – Megacable cable modem subscribers – 2001 – 2015
Table 52 – Mexico – Cable broadband subscribers by operator– 2002 – 2015
Table 53 – Mexico - DSL broadband subscribers – 2001 – 2016
Table 54 – Mexico FttP broadband subscribers – 2013 – 2016
Table 55 – Europe – share of broadband connections by speed – 2011 - 2015
Table 56 – Ireland - Broadband penetration by technology – 2006 - 2015
Table 57 – Ireland - Total internet subscribers – 2005 - 2016
Table 58 – Ireland - Total fixed-line broadband subscribers – 2012 - 2016
Table 59 – Ireland - Retail broadband revenue – 2014 - 2016
Table 60 – Ireland - Total broadband subscribers by access type – 2002 - 2015
Table 61 – Ireland - Total broadband penetration – 2003 - 2016
Table 62 – Ireland - Share of broadband subscribers by platform – 2007 - 2015
Table 63 – Ireland - Market share of fixed broadband subscriptions by operator – 2010 - 2015
Table 64 – Ireland - Residential market share of broadband access speed – 2012 - 2015
Table 65 – Ireland - Total market share of broadband access speed – 2013 - 2015
Table 66 – Estonia - Active fixed-broadband lines and penetration rate – 2004 - 2016
Table 67 – Estonia - Dial-up internet subscribers – 2011 - 2016
Table 68 – Portugal - Proportion of broadband subscribers by access type – 2007 - 2015
Table 69 – Portugal - Fixed broadband subscribers by type – 2000 - 2015
Table 70 – Portugal - Broadband subscriber annual change year-on-year – 2002 - 2015
Table 71 – Portugal - Broadband penetration by platform – 2007 - 2015
Table 72 – Portugal - Share of broadband accesses by operator – 2011 - 2015
Table 73 – Portugal - Fixed-line and mobile broadband traffic – 2008 - 2015
Table 74 – Portugal - Proportion of broadband subscribers by data rate (Mb/s) – 2011 - 2015
Table 75 – Netherlands - Fixed broadband retail subscribers – 2005 - 2016
Table 76 – Netherlands - Fixed-line broadband market share by technology – 2008 - 2016
Table 77 – Ukraine - Internet access revenue – 2012 - 2016
Table 78 – Ukraine - Internet users and penetration rate – 2010 - 2017
Table 79 – Ukraine - Fixed-line internet subscribers – 2005 - 2015
Table 80 – Ukraine - Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration rate – 2005 - 2016
Table 81 – Africa – Internet users in select African countries – 2012 - 2016
Table 82 – Fixed broadband subscribers in selected African countries – 2012 - 2016
Table 83 – Algeria - Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration – 2003 - 2016
Table 84 – Algeria - DSL subscribers – 2013 - 2016
Table 85 – Fixed-line broadband subscribers in South Africa – 2002 - 2016
Table 86 – Egypt - Fixed-line broadband subscribers and penetration– 2002 - 2016
Table 87 – Bahrain – broadband subscribers - 2005 - 2016
Table 88 – Iran - fixed broadband subscribers – 2000 - 2016
Table 89 – Iraq - fixed broadband subscribers – 2006 - 2015
Table 90 – Israel - fixed broadband subscribers – 2001 - 2015
Table 91 – Jordan - Internet subscribers by access method – 2015
Table 92 – Kuwait - fixed broadband subscribers - 2001 - 2015
Table 93 – Lebanon - broadband subscribers by access technology – 2013; 2015
Table 94 – Lebanon - fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2002 - 2016
Table 95 – Oman - fixed broadband subscribers – 2004 - 2015
Table 96 – Qatar - fixed broadband subscribers – 2002 - 2015
Table 97 – Saudi Arabia - fixed broadband subscriptions – technologies and penetration – 2010 - 2015
Table 98 – Saudi Arabia - fixed and mobile broadband – total and market share – 2002 - 2015
Table 99 – Syria - fixed broadband subscribers – 2004 - 2013
Table 100 – Turkey - broadband subscribers and penetration – 2009 – Q2 2015
Table 101 – Turkey - broadband subscribers by access technology – 2009 – Q2 2015
Table 102 – UAE – fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2001 - 2016
Table 103 – Yemen - fixed broadband subscribers – 2005 - 2015
Table 104 –FttX subscribers – Asia v. Global – 2005 - 2015
Table 105 –Asia - FttX subscribers v fixed broadband subscribers – 2005 - 2015
Table 106 – Japan – Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2005 - 2015
Table 107 – Japan - Fixed broadband subscribers by access type – 1998 – 2015
Table 108 – Japan - Fixed broadband subscriber base - annual change by access type – 2003 - 2015
Table 109 – Japan - FttH subscribers and market share by operator – 2010 - 2015
Table 110 – Japan - FttH subscribers and penetration – 2002 – 2015
Table 111 – South Korea - Fixed broadband subscriber growth and penetration rate – 1998 - 2015
Table 112 – South Korea – Fixed broadband subscribers and households – 2015
Table 113 – South Korea – Fixed broadband subscriber numbers by access type – 2008 - 2015
Table 114 – South Korea – Fixed broadband market share by operator – January 2015
Table 115 – Malaysia - Fixed broadband subscribers – 2005 - 2016
Table 116 – Malaysia - broadband households and penetration – 2009 - 2015
Table 117 – Malaysia - Mobile broadband subscribers and penetration – 2007 - 2015
Table 118 – Malaysia - Fixed broadband subscribers and households – 2015
Table 119 – Singapore – Broadband subscribers – 1999 - 2016
Table 120 – Singapore - Overview of broadband/household subscribers – March 2016
Table 121 – Singapore - Broadband subscribers by sector – March 2016
Table 122 – Singapore - Broadband market share – by major access types – March 2016
Table 123 – Singapore - FttP broadband subscribers – 2011 - 2016
Table 124 – Malaysia - UniFi broadband subscribers and premises passed – 2010 - 2016
Table 125 – Malaysia - FttX subscribers – 2001 - 2015
Table 126 – China – fixed broadband subscribers, annual change and penetration – 2005 - 2015
Table 127 – China – Fixed broadband subscribers and households – 2015
Table 128 – China Telecom broadband subscribers and annual change – 2003 - 2015
Table 129 – China Unicom broadband subscribers and annual change – 2003 - 2015
Table 130 – China - FttP subscribers – 2006 - 2015
Table 131 – Taiwan - Fixed broadband subscribers, penetration – 2005 - 2016
Table 132 – Taiwan – Fixed broadband subscribers and households – 2015
Table 133 – Taiwan - Fixed-line and wireless broadband subscribers by technology – 2005 – 2016
Table 134 – Taiwan - FttP subscribers – 2007 - 2016
Table 135 – Chunghwa Telecom - broadband subscribers by access, market share – 2005 - 2016
Table 136 – Australia - Total broadband subscribers and annual change (historical) – 2000 - 2009
Table 137 – Australia - Total broadband subscribers and annual change – 2010 - 2017
Table 138 – Australia - Broadband subscribers, DSL and cable –2008 – 2016
Table 139 – Australia - DSL broadband subscribers –2008 – 2017
Table 140 – Australia - HFC cable broadband subscribers – 2012 - 2017
Table 141 – Australia - Cable broadband subscribers by major operator and annual change – 2002 - 2015
Table 142 – Australia - Cable subscribers versus other broadband technologies – 2009 - 2015
Chart 1 – Major 17 fixed-line carriers by subscribers - 2014
Chart 2 – Argentina -fixed broadband subscribers and penetration rates – 2001 – 2016
Chart 3 – Brazil - Fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2001 – 2016
Chart 4 – Brazil - Broadband market share at a glance – 2003 - 2016
Chart 5 – Colombia - Broadband subscribers – market evolution at a glance – 2002 - 2016
Chart 6 – Ireland - Total broadband subscribers by access type – 2002 - 2015
Chart 7 – Ireland - Share of broadband subscribers by platform – 2007 - 2015
Chart 8 – Portugal - Proportion of broadband subscribers by access type – 2007 - 2015
Chart 9 – Portugal - Total broadband subscribers by type – 2000 – 2015
Chart 10 – Netherlands - Fixed broadband subscribers – 2005 – 2016
Chart 11 – Ukraine - Fixed-line broadband and penetration rate – 2005 - 2016
Chart 12 – Japan FttX subscribers and population penetration – 2002 - 2015
Chart 13 – Australia - Total broadband subscribers and annual change – 2005 - 2017
Chart 14 – Australia - Overview of cable broadband subscribers by operator and annual change – 2002 - 2015
Exhibit 1 - Transformation – business case examples
Exhibit 2 - Global developments that are forcing transformation
Exhibit 3 - Regulatory system needs to support transformation
Exhibit 4 - Smart communities
Exhibit 5- Internet of Things – the next infrastructure inflection point
Exhibit 6- Trans-sector vs. Cross-sector
Exhibit 7 - Australia – National Broadband Network
Exhibit 8 - Broadband Commission for Digital Development
Exhibit 9 - How does broadband relate to economic development?
Exhibit 10 - Key applications of a digital economy
Exhibit 11 – Why we need Fibre to the Farm
Exhibit 12 – Statistics on the impact of the Internet on the economy
Exhibit 13 – Implications of ending net neutrality
Exhibit 14 – Netherlands adopted net neutrality legislation
Exhibit 15 – Regions and states of Brazil

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